Tesla semi-truck – Musk reveals: Now history is clear

Tesla semi-truck - Musk reveals: Now history is clear

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(Elbil24): Elon Musk surprised greatly when he announced in mid-August that Tesla Semi would be Ready for delivery by the end of the year.

It’s been five years since the tech company presented its plans for a large semi-trailer. At the time, Tesla envisioned starting production in 2019. A number of challenges caused delays, and production never started.

Until now.

Tesla Semi will be delivered in December

In a familiar fashion, Elon Musk takes to Twitter when he has news. Here the Tesla boss writes that he is happy to announce the start of production for the Tesla Semi.

Furthermore, Musk wrote that the first deliveries are planned for December 1 and that Pepsi will be the first to receive the car. Pepsi pre-ordered 100 half times in 2017.

Knowing the start date of production and delivery, there is every reason to believe that Tesla has finally found a solution to its problems, including those related to supplying batteries.

Range 80 miles

In any case, Elon Musk promises that the Tesla Semi is “very fun to drive” and that the car will have a range of 80 miles.

Tesla previously made prototypes at the Giga Factory in Nevada, but according to the site InsideEVs Mass production is expected at the Giga plant in Texas.

The plant near Austin is busy producing the Tesla Model Y, and it’s uncertain whether the plant will eventually be ready to produce the Tesla Semi.

What about Cybertruck?

With Tesla Semi fast fast approaching, there are few indications that we will get any development in production of the Cybertruck this year.

Tesla has invested heavily in ramping up Model 3 and Y production to keep up with demand. In addition, the new Plaid versions come with the Model S and Model X.

Elon Musk previously stated that Cybertruck is on the 2023 list, and Tesla is expected to reveal a production version of the Cybertruck soon. The car’s development has faced a number of challenges and delays, but expectations for the car remain high.

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